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Yang's Acupuncture
1318 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33316

Open Hour:
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

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Telephone:
954-522-6425
954-522-6405

American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and personal checks are accepted.

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About Dr. Yang Ai Guo

Dr. Yang graduated from Zhangjiakou Medical University and in 1990, started his own practice in his hometown. As the only medical doctor with a bachelor’s degree, he got the chance to use Chinese herbs, acupuncture, tuina and western medicine to help the local people. By the end of his first year in practice, he saw an average of 70 patients daily.

Dr. Yang went on to study at the Fujian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He worked as a medical doctor at the People’s Affiliated Hospital of Fujian College of TCM for 5 years. He also received his Master’s degree in medicine from there. As an intelligent young doctor, he also got the chance to study at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is one of the best Traditional Chinese Medicine Universities in the world. It was there that he met his mentor, Dr. PingDong Zheng, a seven generation Zheng family pediatric practice in FuZhou, Fujian. In three year’s hard work, Dr. Yang finished his Doctor's degree in Shuguang Affiliated Hospital of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004.

As a specialist in TCM, Dr. Yang was a member of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine of China, an association that combines Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Medicine of China. He also was secretary of Fujian Association of combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Medicine and Director of the Kidney Disease Research Institute in Fujian People’s Hospital. Most recently, he served as Herbal medicine supervisor at The Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in South Florida.

Dr. Yang has conducted research on the treatment of nephrology disease with Chinese herbs. He finished clinical study on the relationship of urine EGF to chronic glomerulonephritis, and to TCM syndrome, which was a project supported by the Nature Science Study Fund of Fujian province. The result won the Science Progress award of Fujian province. It was published in the top TCM Kidney journal in China.

Dr. Yang also did clinical and experimental study on “Bao Shen Kou Fu Ye” (Kidney Protection Liquid) which is made from an experiential formula from Fujian People’s Hospital. KPL is effective in improving symptoms, relieving urine blood, as well as reducing the microscopic hematuria and the deposits of the protein IgA within the kidney. Because of the effectiveness of KPL, the application for the national patterned herb has been submitted.

Dr. Yang specializes in the treatment of all types of diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine- herbal medicine, acupuncture, and tuina. He has published over 25 papers in some of the most prestigious national and international professional journals. Dr. Yang is an NCCAOM certified acupuncture physician in the USA with licenses in Florida and Indiana.

About Dr. An Xiao Ying

Dr. An has been engaged in the teaching, research and practice of TCM for over 14 years. She is an herbalist and a Florida Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist. Dr. An is an expert on acupuncture, point injection and other traditional Chinese medicine treatment of a variety of diseases. Her dynamic treatment modalities have brought extraordinary results to people in need.

Dr. An started her medical training at Hebei Medical University, China in 1992. She obtained her medical doctor degree in 1997and her Master’s degree from Fujian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2000. From 2000 to 2003, Dr. An studied for her doctorate in Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

During her graduate studies in Fujian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, she focused her research on acupuncture treatment of genecology disease. She found that acupuncture on certain points could regulate the hormones in females. Her study was published in several of the famous acupunctures magazine in China (such as China Acupuncture) and was referenced by many doctors in the field.

Dr. An also started research on male reproductive health in Shanghai. She discovered that acupuncture plus Chinese herbs has a positive effect on the quality and quantity of male sperm. She has been able to increase the fertility rate among those that are seeking to have children, many times when other “western” methods have failed.

Currently Dr. An is working as a Professor and Clinic instructor at the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, one of the best acupuncture colleges in the U.S. She has published over 12 papers in some of the most prestigious national and international professional journals.

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